2021 Home Tour
December 4, 2021 9:00am - 8:00pm
December 5, 2021 10:00am - 5:00pm
Make plans to attend the 35th annual Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour! This year, get a glimpse inside five private homes located in the Kennesaw Avenue Local Historic District. Each home has been lovingly restored and will be decorated for the holiday season. The Marietta Welcome Center and Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society organize this annual tour, which has been featured in Southern Living and named a Top 100 Event in North America.
Tickets may be purchased online or in person at the Marietta Welcome Center or the William Root House. Tickets are $25 when you purchase in advance online* and $30 the day of tour. Tickets purchased online in advance may be picked up from the Marietta Welcome Center or William Root House December 2-5, 2021. Tickets are not available at tour homes.
Marietta Pilgrimage will be adhering to protocols and procedures as recommended by the CDC. Currently, all volunteers and guests will need to wear a mask while inside tour homes and shuttle busses, regardless of vaccination status. Marietta Pilgrimage volunteers and guests are asked to bring a mask. If a volunteer or guest forgets a mask, one will be provided. By participating in the tour you acknowledge and accept.
Who you support with your tour ticket purchase:
The pandemic has created a hardship for nonprofits whose budgets rely on fundraising events like the Marietta Pilgrimage. Sales and donations from this year’s Pilgrimage will help Cobb Landmarks and the Marietta Welcome Center during this critical time. Learn more about these worthy nonprofit organizations below.
THE MARIETTA WELCOME CENTER
The Marietta Welcome Center was established in 1984 as part of the City of Marietta’s Sesquicentennial Celebration. As a private, non-profit organization, the Visitors Bureau strives to promote Marietta as a tourism destination for a wide range of visitors from cultural/heritage enthusiasts, families and fans traveling for sports & recreational fun, to business travelers seeking close proximity to Atlanta. The Marietta Welcome Center is located just off the Marietta Square in the 1898 Western & Atlantic Railroad Passenger Depot.
Since its founding in 1974, Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society has succeeded in preserving and protecting some of Cobb’s most historically relevant buildings. Each year, Cobb Landmarks provides engaging programs and activities that reach thousands of preservationists, tourists, educators, and students. Many of these programs are centered on the organization's two historic properties, the William Root House and the Power Family Cabin.
2021 Marietta Pilgrimage Supporters
S.A. White Oil Company, Inc.
Cobb Travel & Tourism
Gentry Law Firm LLC
The Local Exchange
Haynie Litchfield & White PC
King, Yaklin & Wilkins LLP
The Mazloom Law Firm, LLC
Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele LLP
Joannie Bates, Realtor
Keller Williams Signature Partners
United Community Bank
The Minted Market
Margie & Rick Bauer
Cathy & Chris Brown
Pril & Paul Buege
Terri & Steve Cole
Carolyn & Jim Corley
Mary & Donald Gillis
Terri & Jim Guthrie
Jeanine & Skip Harper
Julianne & Dr. Byron Long
Lisa and Bo Slauson
Jean Alice & Thunder Tumlin
Marietta Pilgrimage Volunteers
City of Marietta
Downtown Marietta Development Authority
First Presbyterian Church
Gabriel’s Restaurant and Bakery
Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art
Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum
Marietta Museum of History
Marietta Parks & Recreation Department
Marietta Police Department
Marietta Streets Department
Marietta Power & Water
Marietta Welcome Center Volunteers
Paul’s Pot Pies
Stockyard Burgers & Bones
William Root House